Publish wasn’t the first brand to put an elastic cuff on the bottom of trousers, it had been done in Europe for quite some time. But it does own the rights to the term, “Jogger Pant,” and the trend is just as common on the Instagram feed of #complexkicks as it is at mall brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle. The root of the Jogger Pant stemmed from pinrolling jeans, which mirrored the effect of traditional track pants to show off the sneaker, and has also seen a resurgence in sneaker culture. It's ideal for anyone who wants to avoid the downfalls of #ntdenim. With the popularity of the Jogger and its similar makeups—​Ronnie Fieg’s Kith has the Mercer Pant and Zanerobe is making a killing—more Euro-friendly sneakers, offerings from ASICS, Saucony, and Le Coq Sportif, have become more popular in the States, too. Sneakerheads just wanting to show the world how clean their footwork is has born a pant style that can be purchased across Middle America. There’s no telling how much longer the Jogger wave will ride out before it crests, but, for now, it’s being fueled by those who want to wear their runners and those who want to imitate their style.